What Christian video provoked latest terrorist attack on Obama’s watch?
And at what Ivy League school will the surviving Boston Bombing “religion of peace” terrorist be named professor upon his release from prison? Or will the Left demand that charge be dropped against him since he wasn’t Mirandized soon enough after he was captured by police? After all, months from now, can’t we be confident that the “What-difference-at-this-point-does-it-make?-wisdom” of the smartest woman on the planet and first | Read More »
Hunt for the elusive Tea Party murderer continues
Liberal hopes were dashed with the revelation that the Boston Marathon bombers were a couple of Chechen Muslim immigrants. The Left was so sure they had finally bagged the elusive Tea Party murderer! The bombings occurred in Boston on Tax Day. Surely, at long last, the opportunity to smear libertarians, small-government conservatives, anti-tax crusaders, and the whole hellish tri-corner hat crowd was at hand! “Two plus two | Read More »
Boston bombing caused by Islamic terrorists, not tax day protesters
When David Axelrod tried to give Obama cover for his failure to call the bombings in Boston, MA what they were—terrorism—he gave the following reason for Obama’s actions: “I’m sure what was going through the president’s mind is — we really don’t know who did this — it was tax day” Pathetic! Even though the White House eventually caved, Obama’s avoidance of the word was | Read More »
The obligatory Uncle Ruslan post.
Man, I really hope that this guy is on the up-and-up: Because that was EPIC. I can’t really summarize it, except as being an extremely loud, extremely comprehensive, and extremely avoids-being-profane-by-the-thinnest-margins denunciation of his nephews, their actions, and their irrational hatred of the United States of America. Really, it loses EVERYTHING in description.
One Boston Bomber Presumed Dead, The Other Being Hunted
…and, a lot of people are going to be disappointed… they’re not Arabs, though they’re likely Muslim, and likely not radical conservatives either. WCVB 5 in Boston (among others) reports: One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was killed early Friday morning, while his brother, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, was being sought following the killing of an MIT Police officer and an | Read More »
AUDIO: NPR says April “big” month for right wing terrorism
Revealing Politics has posted audio of NPR correspondent Dina Temple-Raston who claims that investigators are leaning towards a domestic terrorism because of the “timing.” Specifically that April is big for right-wing terrorism because of things like Columbine & Hitler’s birthday. I can’t remember the last time I was invited to a Hitler get-together but apparently she can. Follow @BenHowe
Boston Globe Sports Columnist Bob Ryan: People Should “Reflect” On American History of Domestic Terrorism; “That Will Help The Situation”
Bob Ryan On the Tuesday broadcast of ESPN’s Pardon The Interruption Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan said that he expect the Boston marathon terror bomb to be a, “Domestic situation and not an international situation.” He would also say that we should “reflect” on our history of domestic terrorism and that it would, “help the situation a little bit.” Ryan would also say, emphasis his | Read More »
Boston Massacre Conspiracy Theorists at Salon
Guilt peddler and emotional trainwreck David Sirota took to the pages of Salon on Tuesday to write about the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing through the lens of “white male privilege,” the only such device he is apparently able to wield. His is an outlook born of conspiracy theory, the fantasy of class collusion and secret alliances. So it is unsurprising that most people | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 37
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. The bombing of the Boston Marathon started a number of things; a terrorism investigation, increased security all over the country, and the media’s attempt to, again, blame the Right for domestic terrorism. Folks, please, let’s take care of the wounded and bury our dead before breaking out the knee-jerk reactions, OK? | Read More »
On Monday night, President Obama pointedly refused to use the word “terrorism” in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings, but he got around to deploying it on Tuesday morning. “Any time bombs are used to target civilians, it is an act of terror,” the President declared. Then why not call it an “act of terror” on Monday night? It was perfectly clear that bombs had | Read More »
Two Perspectives of the Boston Marathon Terror Attack
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by a runner who crossed the finish line just moments before the explosions to discuss her first-hand account of the tragedy. Then terrorism expert Andrew McCarthy will give us his analysis of yesterday’s attack, how federal officials will investigate it and what psychological effect it may have on the American public.
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CPAC Movie Review: Olympus Has Fallen
Correction: An earlier post mistakenly listed the counter-terrorism expert’s name as Ricky James. It’s Ricky Jones. The post has been edited as a result. The White House (codename: Olympus) has fallen into the hands of North Korean terrorists. They’ve neutralized the presidential security detail; captured the president, the vice president, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the secretary of Defense; and are held up in the Presidential Emergency | Read More »
Rand Paul Didn’t Miss Anything
Last Saturday, NRO’s Andrew McCarthy wrote a piece entitled “What Rand Paul Misses,” wherein he accuses Sen. Rand Paul and Co. of “messing around with the Constitution in a manner we will come to regret.” McCarthy’s article (which you can read here) merits serious consideration, and I urge you to check it out if you haven’t done so yet. McCarthy’s piece is of value partly | Read More »
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Obama to finally get his anti-Gitmo, Bush-torture show trial revenge?
…and via a Bin Laden-by-marriage no less Attorney General Eric Holder was going to define his career by trying the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Muhammad (pictured), and the Bush Administration that “tortured” him, in a federal courtroom just blocks from where the Twin Towers fell in downtown Manhattan; rather than in a Military Tribunal held at his Guantanamo Bay prison home that President Barack | Read More »
Reflections of a potential drone strike target
I don’t want to sound alarmist, but at the moment I’m a potential target for drone strikes, and so are you. I’d really like to be formally and unambiguously taken off the list, unless due process is conducted following the discovery of evidence that I belong there. A simple “No, the President will not send robots to kill you” would suffice, but the current “we | Read More »